Swedish casino games developer NetEnt will release a GUNS N' ROSES-themed slot machine on January 21, 2016.
As you play, you can apparently choose your setlist from such megahits as "Welcome To The Jungle", "Sweet Child O' Mine", "Paradise City" and "November Rain", as well as the title track of the band's last album, 2008's "Chinese Democracy".
Check out a video teaser below.
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Rumors about a reunion of GUNS N' ROSES' classic lineup have been heating up ever since the summer, when guitarist Slash revealed that he and singer Axl Rose had repaired their relationship after nearly 20 years of estrangement.
Several members have recently left the current lineup of GUNS N' ROSES, which features Rose as the sole original member. The band has not performed live since last year, but its Twitter account has posted several cryptic messages lately, furthering talk of a reunion.
Other celebrities and musicians with direct or indirect ties to the GUNS camp have also hinted that an announcement is imminent.
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